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SESSION CODE : #SEC309. James Bannan @ jamesbannan www.jamesbannanit.com. Unlock the power of User Device Affinity in SCCM 2012. #SEC309 Agenda. What is User Device Affinity (UDA)? What makes UDA possible? Intelligent Application Deployment. What is User Device Affinity?.

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SESSION CODE: #SEC309

James Bannan

@jamesbannan

www.jamesbannanit.com

Unlock the power of User Device Affinity in SCCM 2012


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#SEC309 Agenda

  • What is User Device Affinity (UDA)?

  • What makes UDA possible?

  • Intelligent Application Deployment


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What is User Device Affinity?

“Af-fin-i-ty”, noun:

Similarity of characteristics suggesting a relationship


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What is User Device Affinity?

  • Matches users to workstations

  • Many/many relationship

  • Allows elegant and intelligent application delivery


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UDA Scenario - The Executive

  • Business-driven

  • Doesn’t care about corporate IT

  • Considers every PC a personal resource


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UDA Scenario - The Junior Team

  • Not allocated individual machines

  • Share a resource pool

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Intelligent Application Delivery

DEMO


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What Makes UDA Possible?

  • User/Device Collection Equivalence

  • Primary User/Primary Device

  • New Application Model

  • Software Catalog (Catalogue! wince…)


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User CollectionsDiscovery

  • Polls multiple OUs for users/groups

  • Delta discovery every 5 minutes

  • Can discover extended AD attributes


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User CollectionsEquivalence


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User CollectionsMembership

  • Direct Rule

  • Query Rule (WQL)

  • Include (collection)

  • Exclude (collection)


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Primary User/Primary DeviceAssignment Options

  • Admin-specified

  • User-specified

  • CM client-specified

  • OSD-specified


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Primary User/Primary DeviceAdmin-specified

  • Individual assignments via Admin UI

  • Bulk CSV import


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Primary User/Primary DeviceUser-specified

  • Self-service via Software Catalog

  • Controlled via Client Settings (default disabled)


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Primary User/Primary DeviceCMclient-determined

  • Disabled by default

  • Usage creates Affinity Requests in Admin UI

  • Different settings for different collections


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Primary User/Primary DeviceOSD-specified

  • New SCCM variables for UDA:

    • SMSTSAssignUsersMode

    • SMSTSUDAUsers

  • “OSD Defined” in Admin UI


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New Application Model

  • Multiple Deployment Types per application (eg: MSI, App-V)

  • Deployment Type Priorities

  • Dependencies

  • Supercedence


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New Application Model

  • Not available for “Classic” Programs

  • Custom appearance in Software Catalog


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Software CatalogUser’sView

  • Shows applications assigned to users

  • Common across all systems

  • Allows users to install/request applications


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Software CatalogInfrastructure

  • Uses Service Point and Site Point server roles

  • Multiple sites possible

  • Externally-accessible

  • Default site controlled by agent and defined in Client Settings


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Intelligent Application Deployment

  • Deploy Application to User Collection

  • Use Primary Device test to differentiate Deployment Types


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Creating a UDA Deployment

DEMO


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Satisfied Users FTW

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Enrol in Microsoft Virtual Academy Today

Why Enroll, other than it being free?

The MVA helps improve your IT skill set and advance your career with a free, easy to access training portal that allows you to learn at your own pace, focusing on Microsoft technologies.

  • What Do I get for enrolment?

  • Free training to make you become the Cloud-Hero in my Organization

  • Help mastering your Training Path and get the recognition

  • Connect with other IT Pros and discuss The Cloud

Where do I Enrol?

www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com

Then tell us what you think. [email protected]


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Resources

  • www.msteched.com/Australia

    • Sessions On-Demand & Community

  • www.microsoft.com/australia/learning

  • Microsoft Certification & Training Resources

  • http:// technet.microsoft.com/en-au

    • Resources for IT Professionals

  • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-au

    • Resources for Developers

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The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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